Many car owners have installed tachographs on their cars, which can not only serve as evidence to reduce the phenomenon of being hit by porcelain, but also record some interesting things. A flash of light flashed through the night sky in parts of Pennsylvania and Ohio on Wednesday night, captured by a tachograph on a nearby road. Scientists say it is likely to be a meteor. The meteor is believed to have crossed the sky around 4 a.m. local time on Wednesday. The American meteor Association says it has received about 700 reports of the light in 15 states. According to experts, the light is likely to be a meteor, and the flight is believed to have ended somewhere over North Benton, Ohio. < / P > < p > the light is likely to be a random meteor, independent of any known meteor shower. Robert rensford, an expert at the American meteor Association, says it takes only an object about the size of a softball to produce a flash as bright as a full moon. The flash on Wednesday morning is likely to come from a larger object. There is no estimate of the size of the object. SpaceX beat blue origin and Northrop Grumman to win a $316 million air force contract